It may be making 4K displays for the Oculus Rift, but it seems Samsung won't be equipping it's next flagship Galaxy S6 handset with the pixel-dense screens. Code uncovered by Dutch site TechTastic suggests that Samsung will be running with a 2K QHD (1440 x 2560) display instead.
The site found the User Agent Profile for a device with a model number SM-G920A, which is expected to be the AT&T S6 stateside. The User Agent Profile tells a website how it should present itself on different devices, with TechTastic finding code relating to a 1440 x 2560 resolution display. The code also seems to confirm that Samsung will be using a 64-bit processor in the phone, as well as sticking with a physical home button.
That's not to say there isn't still a chance for a 4K Galaxy S6 though! Some sources have suggested there may be two Galaxy S6 models launching, with one potentially having a wraparound curved display. Perhaps that will make use of a 4K display, if the rumour proves true.
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